Artistic Installation | The new Lisbon Oceanarium exhibition is a sensory experience that transports us to the origin of our relationship with the Sea.
Contemporary interior design composed of portuguese design pieces | at Prime Minister's Official Residence, in Palacete de São Bento.
Visitors can witness the restoration live behind glass in the Museum, the restorers are not permanently present in the workplace.
A future with water depends on each of us! This exhibition comes to life in the context of the International Decade for Action - Water for Sustainable Development.
[ Museu do Oriente ] The Távora Sequeira Pinto collection documents the profound artistic connections between Portugal and the cultures of the Asian Empire.
Discover aspects of the daily life of the city of Lisbon at the end of the 16th century. On a normal day, a unique city.
Museu Calouste Gulbenkian | A series of European illuminated manuscripts on display encourages us to reflect on the concept of eternity.
The Chinese Opera presents a comprehensive view of this unique performative genre in all its diversity and exuberance. On display are about 280 pieces such as costumes, paintings and musical instruments, as well as photographs and videos.
With this exhibition entitled “In Good Memory,” devoted to Portraits, it's created an artistic dialogue, where current issues such as the search for identity or keeping an individual’s memory alive, are showcased.
[ 1st and 3rd weekend of the month ] The FeirAlegria shows all the new trends and creations in urban handicrafts and design, besides having products and entertainment specifically for kids.
[ every Saturday ] Take the chance to buy a book and spend the next hour in a pavement café watching the time and people pass by at the best human observatory in Lisbon: Chiado.
Yuri Dojc's and Katya Krausova's exhibition reveals images of what is left of the last historic testimony in the life of a people.
The individual exhibition by the artist Carlos Nogueira gathers a series of works done throughout 2021.
Works from the Rui Victorino collection | Among others, it includes works by authors like Paula Rego, Eduardo Nery or Noronha da Costa, as well as works by international artists, such as Vasarely, Albers or Sónia Delaunay.
With the exhibition “Breviário do Quotidiano #8” the physical space of the Fundação Arpad Szenes - Vieira da Silva is transformed into an artistic space.
In this exhibition, Daniel Dewar and Grégory Gicquel present a world which is rather similar to ours, but with slight differences and distortions.
The Cascais Cultural Center receives a selection of drawings by the architect Victor Neves (Lisbon, 1956), gathered in the Unclear-perspectives exhibition.
Catarina Lucas presents the exhibition 'Piso Lasso' on Floor 2 of the Cascais Cultural Center, which brings together 47 works produced between 2020 and 2021.
The 35 works that make up the exhibition Ritmo e Variações (Rhythm and Variations), made in oil on canvas or on paper in different formats, demonstrate the artist's skill in the careful creation.
Narratives of the MNAC Collection (1855-1920) deals with the aesthetics of the landscape, in dialogue with the presence and human intervention in nature.